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Florian Bartosic

Florian Bartosic

Professor of Law Emeritus

Education

B.A., Pontifical College of Josephinum 1948

B.C.L., College of William and Mary 1956

LL.M., Yale University 1957

Biography

Florian "Bart" Bartosic, Dean of UC Davis School of Law from 1980-1990, has died.  A prominent labor lawyer and esteemed scholar and teacher, Bartosic played an integral role in King Hall's growth and rise to national prominence during the 1980s.  He was 85 years old.  A beloved teacher and colleague, his loss will be mourned throughout the King Hall community.  Read his obituary here.

Selected Publications

Labor Relations Law in the Private Sector, (American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education, 1977) (2d ed., 1986) (with Hartley).

What To Do When Employers Discriminate Against Unions (Part 1), 33 Prac. Law. 33, (Part 2), 33 Prac. Law. 75 (1987) (with Hartley) [adapted from book, Labor Relations Law in the Private Sector, 2d ed.].

The Labor Law Legacy of the Burger Court's Last Term: A Failure of Imagination and Vision (with Minda), 28 Ariz. L. Rev. 430 (1986); Another version of this article appeared under the title "Supreme Court Labor and Employment Discrimination Decisions, 1985-86 Term," in Labor Law Developments 1 (1987).

Labor Law Myth in the Supreme Court, 1981 Term: A Plea for Realistic Coherent Theory (with Minda), 30 UCLA L. Rev. 271 (1982); Another version of this article appeared under the title "Supreme Court Labor Decisions, 1981 Term" in Lab. L. Devel. 1 (1983).

Union Fiduciaries, Attorneys and Conflicts of Interest, 15 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 229 (1981) (with Minda).

The Supreme Court, Administrative Agencies and the Congress, Labor Relations Outlook, 1978, Conf. Board Bull. No. 34 15 (1977).

The Supreme Court, 1974 Term: The Allocation of Power in Deciding Labor Law Policy, 62 Va. L. Rev. 533 (1976); Reprinted in modified form in ABA Lab. Rel. L. Sec. Proc. of 1975 Meeting 1 (1976).

Group Legal Services as a Fringe Benefit: Lawyers for Forgotten Clients Through Collective Bargaining (with Bernstein), 59 Va. L. Rev. 410 (1973); Summarized in 16 Ind. Rel. L. Dig. 77 (1974).

The Employer's Duty to Supply Information to the Union--A Study of the Interplay of Administrative and Judicial Rationalization (with Hartley), 58 Cornell L. Rev. 23 (1972); Summarized in 16 Ind. Rel. L. Dig. 35 (1973).

Escalating the Struggle Against Taft-Hartley Contemnors, 30 U. Chi. L. Rev. 255 (1972) (with Lanoff); Summarized in 15 Ind. Rel. L. Dig. 17 (1973).

Labor Law Reform: The NLRB and a Labor Court, 4 Ga. L. Rev. 647 (1970).

Injunctions and Section 301: The Patchwork of Avco and Philadelphia Marine on the Fabric of National Labor Policy, 69 Columbia L. Rev. 980 (1969); Summarized in 12 Ind. Rel. L. Dig. 38 (1970).

With John Marshall from William and Mary to Dartmouth College, 7 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 259 (1966).

The Constitution, Politics and Professor Crosskey, 46 Ken. L.J. 556 (1958).

The Constitution, Civil Liberties and John Marshall Harlan, 46 Ken. L.J. 407 (1958).

Contributor, The Developing Labor Law, ABA Labor Relations Law Section, BNA, (Morris, ed., 1971).

The Labor Arbitration Process, 16 Am. U. L. Rev. 185 (1966).

The Labor Arbitration Process, 59 L. Libr. J. 333 (1966).

Labor Relations and the Law--A Comparative Study, 59 L. Libr. J. 200 (1966).

Fringe Benefits: Wages or Social Obligation?, 59 L. Libr. J. 218 (1966).

Power Unlimited--The Corruption of Union Leadership, 53 L. Libr. J. 66 (1960).

Contributor, 1983 and 1984 Reports of the Development of the Law of Individual Rights and Responsibilities in the Work Place Committee of the ABA Section on Labor and Employment Law.

Contributor, 1970 and 1971 Reports on Practice and Procedure under National Labor Relations Act, ABA Labor Relations Law Section.

Contributor, 1967, 1968 and 1969 Reports on State Labor Law, ABA Labor Relations Law Section.

Contributor, 1964, 1965 and 1966 Reports on Development of Law under the National Labor Relations Act, ABA Labor Relations Law Section.